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Influence on Deformed Shape of Electrostatic Deformable Mirror by the Geometry of Electrode

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In electrostatic deformable mirrors, the gap distance between the mirror membrane and the basement affects the mirror’s deformation. We analyze how the mirror is affected by applying different sets of gap distance.

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